The CBAP exam simulator is a simulation of the Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) exam conducted by IIBA. There are 150 multiple choice questions present in this mock test which will give you the real feel of the actual IIBA-CBAP exam. The primary focus of this CBAP mock test is to enable you to build expertise in the six knowledge areas defined in BABOK® Guide Version 3.
The CBAP sample questions are free of cost and will benefit aspiring analytical professionals, Project Managers, and business analysts.
The CBAP practice exam contains over 150 questions that must be answered in 210 minutes. The questions are designed to help you clear the IIBA–CBAP exam on the first attempt. The CBAP sample questions make you proficient in the areas of business analysis planning & monitoring, and solution assessment & validation.
This CBAP practice exam has no requirements.
Yes, we frequently update our CBAP practice test so we can provide candidates with the latest information.
Yes. This CBAP exam simulator is a representation of the actual CBAP certification exam. While this practice test does not guarantee that you will pass the exam, it will make it easy for you to pass the exam.
There are 150 multiple choice questions included in this CBAP exam simulator that can be taken any number of times. You can also pause the test and retake it later.
Yes. You can attempt these CBAP sample questions as many times as you wish. However, we recommend that you take the test when you are well prepared to get the complete exam experience.
The CBAP practice test questions are similar to the questions you will face in the CBAP certification exam.
You can take up this CBAP practice test as often as you desire to. If you were not able to clear it in your first attempt, you can learn the topics better from our Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Course and try again. The Business Analyst Master’s Program is designed to hone your expertise in the latest Business analytics tools and techniques, including planning and monitoring, data analysis and statistics, visualizations, Agile Scrum methodologies, and SQL databases.